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frfft WkktV HILO TRlHtJNKi HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY
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CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Miss Squire was a passenger oil the
Suit lengths at cut prices at Kconomlc.
Call and sec them.
A. Rlchley wasa passenger for Honolulu
hy the Kiiinii Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Kalhcnul leaves for her
Kaonoulu.Olfln, home this week.
Miss Ivy Klchartlson was n passenger
to Honolulu by the Kinau Friday.
The bark Stt Katherlne arrived in Sau
Francisco onthe itlh. Sim is to be
given quick despatch.
The women ofthc First Foreign Church
will give h social in the parlors of the
church on l'rlday evening.
Sheriff Keolanui with his family left
Knllua for home on l'rlday. They come
by way of I'tinn and will arrive Thursday.
Zeno k.-Myera, of Honolulu,xSecretary
ofthc Hawaiian Trust Co., U'd, was In
Hilo over the last Kinau trip, returning
Mrs. Onm L. Holland and child arrived
from the Coast by the last Kinau. She
will take up her residence on her home
stead in Puna.
L. H. Underwood, of the Honolulu
house of Lewers & Cook, dealers in
lumber and building materials, was in
Hilo over the last Kinau trip.
Prank II. Foster, foreman for L. M.
Whitehouse of Honolulu, returned to
Honolulu by the Kinau l'rlday, having
completed the Hilo sewer system.
The usual local tournament of tennis
players, preliminary to the island tourna
ment, will be arranged by H. Vicars,
contain of the Hilo club, for some time
Geo. Lycurgus was a passrnger to
Honolulu by Friday's Kinau. John Detor
went up to the Volcano Friday to look
after the management of the house in his
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same
011 the market for you. liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
As has been his custom for the past
five. ears, on May so, 1906, the anniver
sary of Cuban independence, A. 15.
Mlnvielle had the Cuban flag raised at
his residence at eight-mile, Olaa.
The First Bank of Hilo received a
wireless ou Friday from the Wells Fargo,
Nevada National Dank, San Francisco,
stating that the banks of that city would
resume business as usual on the 33rd,
Messrs. J. D. Easlon and T. T. Chave,
of the - Hilo Mercantile Co , went to
Mahukona by the Kinau Friday, making
a regular trip in the Interests of the com
pany. They will return overland, arriv
ing about Wednesday.
The band benefit for Cuas. Caceres.
the blind musician, will be given on June
7. The band will probably go to Kohala
ou the 10th to furnish music for the
Kohala Ditch Co's celebration that will
occur the day following.
Mr. n. B. Macy came down from Haka
lau Wednesday morning on a visit to
friends and relatives iu Hilo, and while
here drove about the town and its suburbs
for the first time iu a uumber of years,
noting many improvements made in that
Eben Low has received a picture of
President Roosevelt, bearing his auto
graph and an expression of good wishes.
It came in exchange for a cowboy picture
of Low, which Low sent to Roosevelt.
The picture of Low was taken ou the
summit of Mauna Kca. Star.
The only place iu town to purchase a
reliable phonograph with all the latest
improvements is at K. II. Moses'. He
has on hand the largest and best seclect
ed stock of records ou the Island. Any
of the six different styles may be pur
chased on small monthly payments.
Deputy County Clerk John Kai, Jr.,
was called as a wituess Saturday, on a
j:ase of violation of a city ordinance re
quiring application to be made for build
ing permits. The case came up before
Judge Hapal, and couutr records and
ordinances bearing on the case were
w'anted by the county attorney.
The Hilo agents of the Board of Health
have received notification from the Board
of Public Works that the sewer system
has been accepted, coupled with authori
zation to proceed with connecting up
with it. Engineer Cook made tests of
the system with water from the mains!
before accepting and found that it did its
The band gave its Thursday evening
concert this week at the Mooheau
park. It is the intention of Bandmaster
Carvalho to give these concerts, usually,
at the bund sUnd ou the hotel grounds
ou Wednesday evenings, a commendable
idea, as tourists are iu the city 011 that
evening and the concerts would nerve
to entertain them as well as the general
Cuthollc Church Service.
This coming Thursday, May 34, is a
holy day of obligation in commemoration
of the ascension of our Lord. At the I
first mass, at 7:30, the children will make
their first holy communion. The second
iiihss will be at the usual hour, 9 11. in. '
Benediction at 3:30 p. in. i
See the notice of Gouvea, the horse
shoer. Attention is called to the change Iu the
ad of ft. N. Holmes.
The Henry Watcrhouse Trust Co. make
changes in their ad this week.
The brlgrtiitine Geneva sailed Sunday
for Astoria, Oregon, In' ballast.
W. Vaunattn, superintendent of sewers,
publishes a notice in this issue.
Attention is called to the notice of A.
J. Campbell, territorial treasurer.
Attention is called to the notice of F'
S. Lyman, commissioner of boundaries.
Samuel Parker was a passenger from
Kawalhae to Honolulu by the last Kinau.
Mr.C. E. Edmunds, of Ewa Plantation,
returned by the last Kinau, after a sojourn
at the Volcano.
Mr. Ronald Kennedy received by the
last Kinau a Winton model C automobile
of very handsome appearance.
A. Haneberg, of Honolulu, plantation
auditor of II. Hackfcld & Co., was a
returning passenger by Friday's Kinau.
Mrs. R. I. Lillie received a wireless
message from Mr, Lillie Monday noon
stating that lie was just leaving San Fran
cisco for home.
Mr. P. Scott, of the Hakalau Planta
tion, returned Friday from the Volcano,
where he had been for several days on a
visit for recuperation.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Loeheustciu were
the ghests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lycur
gus at the Volcano House a few days
during the past week.
J. F. Hackfcld, of Honolulu, president
of H. Hackfcld & Co, who have varied
and extensive interests in Hilo and on
this island, was iu the city from Tuesday
J. H. Fuller, of the Honolulu Iron
Works, was iu the city Friday, arriving
from the Volcano. He returns by the
northern route, catching a steamer at
H. M. Leonard, of the Hilo, Railroad,
went to the Volcano Saturday, returning
Mouday. John Detor, who had gone up
the day previous, met him at Gleuwood
with a special rig. '
A big shipment of cigars, probably
10,000 in all, is expected to arrive at
Honolulu from Seattle on the Nebraskau.
The cigars are made from Hamakua,
Hawaii, tobacco. Advertiser.
The barkeutine Archer, of the Welch
& Co. line, will sail from San Francisco
for Hilo direct between the 5th ttnd 15th
o June, making a special run to this
port instead of Honolulu as usual.
Good Form Clothes hangers are what
you need to keep your clothes pressed
and in shape. Try them and if found un
satisfactory you will receive your money
back. E. II. Moses sells them.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Schoen, who left
last Friday week on a trip around the
Island by carriage conveyance, are ex
pected home about the middle of the
week. 'They went by 'the way of the
Volcano and return down the north coast.
The heavy rains by night and sunshine
by day of the past week have had a fiue
effect upon the cuue, as well as all other
vegetation. The record kept by the
Waiakea Mill Co. showed about two
inches of rainfall during one night last
Looking for Pineapple Plants.
Another meeting of the stockholders
of the Hilo Pineapple Company was held
Monday evening at the residence of Judge
F. S. Lyman for the purpose of complet
ing organization. Those interested in
the organization are looking about for
pineapple lands as well as stumps and
suckers for planting, and Mr. Kelsey was
out at Pahoa, Puna, Sunday on au erraud
of that kind, a number of plants there,
estimated at sooo, having been offered.
Japanese Peonage Case.
U. S. Commissioner Mating com
mitted to the grand jury Tomenesuke
Helda and Yoshido Aino, brought from
Hilo, for conspiracy to sell a woman.
Two others arrested under the same war
rant were discharged. A bill of sale of
his wife from Helda to Aino, for the
consideration of fits, is an exhibit in
the case. Advertiser.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Vlolntcd City Ordinance.
K. Fugimoto was arrested Fridav hy
the police ou a warrant sworn to by Jas.
D. Lewis, building inspector, charged
with erecting a building without obtain
ing a permit as required by Ordinance
No. 10, of the Board of Supervisors. This
ordinance was passed ou September 9,
1905. and begins: "No person shall com
mence th; erection, moving or alteration
of any house, store or other building
within the limits of the City of Hilo,"
etc. The City of Hilo is defined fo he,
"all that portion of the City of Hilo em
braced within a radius of one mile from
the Hilo court house." This is the first
atrest under this, or, iu fact, an v, city
ordinance. The case came before Judge
Hapal ou Monday and the attorney for
the defense moved that proceedings be
quashed on the grounds that the court
had no jurisdiction. Ou the request of
defendants the case was continued one
Planters' Association Moctlnsr.
A meeting of the Planters' Association
took most of the plantation managers of
the Island to Honolulu this week. There
was the largest representation of man
agers in attendance at the meeting that
there has been for a long time. Those
attending from this island were Messrs.
John Waft, J..A. Scott, W. II. C. Camp
bell, J. T. Moir, Jas. Webster, J. Ross, C.
McLcllan, Albert Horner, A. Lydgate, J.
Gibb, D. Forbes, John Hind, and Messrs.
Walters and Ogg, from Kau. Prof. N. A,
Cobb, director of the division of patho
logy of the Honolulu Experiment Station,
delivered a lecture before the meeting ou
"Root and Fungus Disease," a disease
which has appeared in some localities ou
the Island. The leaf hopper, that has
been a serious annoyance for the past
few years, has nearly disappeared and it
is scarcely mentioned further.
The encampment that Company D was
to have made at Cocoauut Island Satur
day has been postponed two weeks, to
June 3, The company, fully accoutred,
will march to the island on Saturday
afternoon, there making camp and re
maining over Sunday, returning Monday
morning. Details have not been com
pleted, but it is likely that the band will
be at the island Sunday afternoon and
that the puplic will be invited to visit
the encampment at that time.
Flying Mosquito Fish Wauled.
The local health department is consid
ering a scheme to inbreed the mosquito
fish with the flying fish. Some contri
vance 'of the kind is deemed necessary
ou account of the neglect of so many to
keep roof gutters clear of standing water,
such places being among those where
mosquitos breed most numerously, giv
ing the health office much trouble. If the
flying mosquito fish can be produced the
health office thinks the mosquito will
soon be pau.
' From Mr. J. It. Daggett.
The many friends of Mr. J. R. Daggett
iu the Island will be glad to hear of the
following message, received from him iu
Oakland, by a friend iu Hilo: "I am still
In the land of the living after the terri
ble times of the last ten days, and hope
to see you all again at the Usual time
next year. Please inform all of my
friends. With kindest regards to all in
quiring frieuds, I am, as ever, J. R
x Health Onice to Novo.
The local agents of the Board of Health
will remove to the office now occupied
by I. K. Ray on Waianuenue Street about
the first of July, Mr. Ray removing to
quarters further up the street. This will
bring all the territorial offices, excepting
that of the school agent, in close prox
imity to each other, viz: the laud office,
agent of the water works, engineer, and
agent of the Health Board.
Advertised letters for the week ending
May 19, 1906:
Alu Kaopua, Mrs
Bush, Jas Mr
Balviua, Thos Mr
Barbazo, A L Mr
Maderia Sausa Joe, Mr
Paiva de Joe, Mr
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath May so, 1906, 11 a.m. "What
manner of person ought ye to be?" a
Pet. 3:11. 7:30 p. m. "He thanked
God and took courage," Acts 38:15.
The benevolent collection this mouth
is for the Japanese mission of the Ha
waiian Board iu Hilo.
A, W, Carter was a passenger from
Kawalhae for Honolulu by tl.e Kiuau
II. W. Mist, plantation auditor for T.
II. Davies & Co., Honolulu, was a passen
ger from Hilo to Honolulu by the Kinau
pplicatlous for sewer connections
..ust be made at the office of the Hilo
Water Works and Sewers.
Supt. of Sewets.
Hilo, Muy 33, 1906, 30-iuio
Dentil of Jnnirs Hush.
James Bush, one of the head tunas at
Panuhau Plantation, died at that place
Thursday morning, May 17, 1906, aged 26
years, of tuberculosis of the bone, result
ing directly from an injury received In
the Boer war through being kicked upon
the knee by a horse. Deceased had been
seriously sick, however, for only about
three weeks. The funeral services were
held at five p. 111. Thuisday, and were cou
ducted by Rev. C. W. Hill, of Hilo.
Many beautiful flowers were brought, show
Ing the affection in which deceased was
held by a wide circle of friends. He was
an ambitious aud very estimable young
man, had recently been promoted to the
high position he held, and was soon to
have been married to Miss Malcolm,
of Scotland, his former home. The
wedding was to have occurred In about a
month and it is thought Miss Malcolm
had not started on her journey to this
According to the Aloha Aina, the
democrats of Laupahoehoe at a meeting
held May a, endorsed the following- for
nomination for office: J. K. Kalauianaole,
for Congress; R. II. Makckau and Palmer
Woods, for senators. W. M. Keolanui
was endorsed for sheriff, and the follow
ing for deputies: W. A. Fetter, South
Hilo; S. H. Haaheo, Puna; J. K. Ke
kaulo, Kau; D. K. Baker, South Koua;
J. N. Koomoa, North Koua; W. Kawai,
Jr., South Kohala; John Lewis, North
Kohala; W. N. Purdy, Hamakua; H. P.
K. Malulaui, North Hilo. For, represen
tative from North Hilo, Abraham S.
Kaleiho-a was endorsed. These candi
dates are endorsed on the understanding
that If elected they will work for bring
ing within county government the county
offices of the Board of Public Works,
Board of Public lustructiou aud Board of
.Health, the Tax Assessor and other
offices now Territorial.
New Episcopal Church
Rev. W. II. Fenton-Smlth, rector of
the St. Augustine Episcopal church,
Kohala, was iu the city over the last
Kiuau trip, on business connected with
the St. James Episcopal church in Hilo.
Mr. Fenton-Smith expects to return to
Hilo in the near future as rector of
this church, now pastorless, his coming
depending upon the securing of fundi
with which to erect a building. He
canvassed the field white heie aud felt
fully assured that the necessary funds
would be secured, and that soon. He
went directly to Honolulu from this
ptaceto attend the annual Convocation,
aud while there made a report to the
bishop. It is expected he will receive
authority to take charge of the Hilo
church directly, close the deal for a de
sirable lot and go ahead with the con
struction of a church building.
Now Business Structure.
A new building is to take the place of
two old ones heretofore occupying the
space uinknt of Demosthenes' cafe. The
building is to have a high, 14-foot celling
and ornamental front, aud will improve
appearance of lower Waianuenue street.
A force cf Japanese workmen are engaged
iu the work aud beguu by constructing
the rear port'ou, which will house the
tenants until the remainder of the build
ing is completed, when they will estab
lish themselves permanently in the new
quarters. The office of the Hawaii Herald
will also be in the new building. Hack
fcld & Co, are contractors on construc
tion. Mr. Pua Heard From. .
A message was received Saturday from
Sam K. Pua, who is spending three
weeks in Koua on th: advice of his
physician, his health, as is well known
in Hilo, demanding that he take the
vacation from the confining duties of his
office, aud that he get the change of
climate. He reports that he has derived
considerable benefit from the trip. He
says the statemeut circulated that he made
the trip for political purposes is both
false and absurd. It may have originated,
he says, with some enemy in Koua.
He expects to return during the week.
Kinau Departures, Mny 18th.
Mr. Wells, II. W. Mist, Miss I. Rich-
ardson, Samuel Parker, Capt. John Ross,
Mrs. E. Nakapuahi, C. E. Edmunds, L.
II. Underwbod,.J, Logau, F. Foster, J,
Eastou, A. B. Ebner, A, Hauueberg, Juo.
Manuia, A. Richley, W. G. Walker, Rev.
C. Hill, Rev. W. H. Fenton-Smith, Geo.
Lycurgus, A.J. Spitzer, John Hlud, .. K,
Myers, W. G. Ogg, C. Walters, J. Gibb,
D. Fo'bes, Mr. Liudsley and wife, A.
LidgHte, J. Watt, W. Pullar, J. Webster,
Mr. aud Mrs. John Ross, J. T. Moir, W.
II. C. Campbell, A. W. Carter, John A.
Scott, J. P. Hackfeld,
Kluuu Arrivals, Mny llltli.
C. C. Kennedy, Mrs C. C. Kennedy,
Mrs. Jas. Macallan, Miss Squire, Mrs. O.
Holland aud Infant, Mrs. W. K. Kaiwl,
A. P. Ebner, L. II. Underwood, ,. K.
Meyers, F. J. Hare, Mrs. Copella, Miss
L. K, Kahookele, O. Mura & servaut.
Gouvea, the horse-shoer, has located a
the corner of Front and King streets,
makal. He is a first class mechanic iu
his line and guarantees the best work
iu Hilo, He respectfully solicits the
patronage of all, old customers and new.
1 HO! FOB THE GLORIOUS 1
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I 4th of 1
I JULY I
1 TWO DAYS' RACES 1
i At Hilo, Hawaii, July 4th and 6th, 1906, under -1
auspices Hawaii Jockey Club at Hoolulu Park
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4U1
Base Ball Game. v $100.00
-uiile Hawaiian Bred 75-oo
J-mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Luna Race 50.00
J-mtle Hawaiian Bred 50.00
j4-niilc Jap Race 50.00
t mile Free-for-All .'. 150.00
-niile Hawaiian Bred 7500
1 mile Bronco Bustins, Club to furnish mounts... 50.00
THURSDAY, JULY 5th
-tuile Free-for-All. j $125.00
fjj-mile Hawaiian Bred . .. 75.00
J-mile Jap Race 50.00
J2-mile Pony Race for Boys 20.00
fG-tnile Hawaiian Bred 50.00
1 mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Hawaiian Bred 100 00
3 mile Relay Race, for other than race horses 50.00
Entries close at 6 00 p. m., June 30, 1906. Subject to change.
TERMS: Entrance fee, 10 of purse. Three or more
to enter, two or more to start. Professional j'ockeys will
be barred iu all races excepting Free for-Alls. Hawaiian
bred races to be catch weights. Free-for-All races to be
weight for age. No stall rent will be charged.
BASE BALL GAME
E. N. HOLMES
WOULD CALL ATTENTION THIS WEEK
TO THEIR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
White Dress Goods
CONSISTING IN PART OF
India Linon 12 l2c to 35c per yard
Persian Lawn 20c to 45c per yard
ORGANDIE, INDIA MULL, CHECKED
AND STRIPED DIMITY PIQUE, DOT
TED SWISS IN WHITE, BLACK, LIGHT
BLUE, LIGHT GREEN, CREAM AND
fln-fli ne n,ost satisfactory material for ladies'
UOUl underwear, at ir 7A )C
per yard ldL, iVvj LvJ
Nainsook, Linen Batiste, sheer but durable; Mohair Luster
for Dress Skirts iu Dark Blue and Black, extra wide.
OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS VERY
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
E. N. HOLMES
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FOR PRICES ON ALL
LATEST STYLES AND FAIR PRICES
KINDS OF PRINTING
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